20 Burst results for "Shum"

Jon M. Chu - how the internet changed visibility for Asian Americans

Asian Enough

07:55 min | 1 year ago

Jon M. Chu - how the internet changed visibility for Asian Americans

"And if you could ever like yourself as the subject of a story it's like it almost takes a work of imagination to like you know. See that who you are can. Yes object store. I mean I basically grew up in. I think that's part of both my power and my weakness is like. I grew up in an environment in the Silicon Valley in the eighties and the nineties. And so I know that perspective because I grew up in the perspective of like Oh are Asians the other when you're surrounded by it. You are indoctrinated it and so you know what they're thinking and I grew up in a Chinese restaurant as well. So the fears of what people think of you are completely intertwined in your brain and in your heart. I think the Internet changed so much because when I watched youtube video and for instance and dance like I saw how fast the perspective of what Asians are as dancers in the dance world. When I started Asians were known as amazing hip hop dancers. But when I went to those tournaments and these these these conferences whereas they're six thousand Asia American dancers and their amazing hip hop dancers. And that's where they Kaba. Modern was job. Jabotinsky was there. Were all these amazing answers. And the world didn't know about it and in the span of like four or five years everybody knew about it and suddenly it's like. Oh Asians condense. When did you start going to these dance and I went? Let's see my cousin was going to San Diego State. And so she'd be like you have to come see this because you like dance and this is incredible and so. I want to say it was like two thousand six two thousand five. The collaboration or which dance competition was this They Will Aberration Star. Collaboration collaboration but there's also other ones but data for the first time. And that's when I did step up to I was like when I was creating sabotage like crews because I've seen these crews And Job Lock is like the. All Star like they weren't there was no ABC. At the time there was no nobody knew them they had never been filmed before so we got them very very early. But witnessing the shift of people seeing agents dancers and stink. Oh there can be the best. When you see these Korean dancers in those Uniqlo ads or in missy Elliott videos like it changed and I could see how fast that oh it just takes an example. I love that you have always seemed to love dance and music and sort of gravitated towards those areas in your work. Obviously I remember. I went to the set of your web series. You're super can't series the St shooting like a showdown seen in the town true we had. They're kicking us out in fifteen minutes so he just shoot like our whole last episode at fifteen minutes. It was insane. I was I was there. It was pretty great. And you really between that project and the step up movies and the Adam Chu dance crew. Which I'm GonNa make you explain to turn around and the Internet back then but you really seem to to be able to lean into these interests of yours but at the same time create company of talent like Harry Shum Junior. Got So many greats spotlights through your works with him and so many other dancers got on my rematch. Cast Nets smarr. All that stuff was crazy. It was crazy times. How did that like what? What kind of role did that project? First of all. How do you describe it now? Looking back I mean we were early and Youtube. There's two thousand seven two thousand eight. Maybe I don't know maybe two thousand eight nine somewhere around there and basically we had done step up to and Miley Cyrus had watched the movie and so she called our fourteen year old star of that movie atoms. Vanni who played Moose in the movie and left a message. He didn't answer he she him as I loved you in that movie congrats and didn't leave a number and so she's like fifteen or sixteen and he's fourteen. He calls me like. Oh my Gosh Miley Cyrus just called me. Can you get me her number? I'm like a I don't know how to get her now to call her age. He's like Yeah Asia. No I'm not going to do that but she was already had a youtube channel and we had already were thinking. Hey we should do some videos on youtube thing and so I was like she has her best friend. Mandy. Who's a dancer like? Let's challenge them to a dance battle and just challenger and maybe she'll answer because she knows who you are so we got our crew together and made this crazy video challenging her to a dance battle and two days later she answered and she had the biggest youtube channel at the time This is at the height of her sort of power. And when she answered us She got all her celebrity. Friends made it like music video and got included channing. Tatum and Jenna Dewan in their video. Which is kind of a slap in the face to us. We'll man dance battling real though we should. We should resolve more things. Thought those this was west side story digital like this real shit and people online like really got into it. People who hated Miley could be on our side and then people who love it could be on her side and we made another video. After and we pulled out our Rolodex we got like Sandler Lindsay Lohan. We got Chris Brown before the incidence of Diana. Ross Amanda bines before here incidents. We've got a lot of people. And then we got a huge amount of his we've got millions and millions of hits and at that time it was big and so then she answered again with like helicopters and Ryan secret and all these people about this whole thing which I remember it being just so huge but it's kind of an example of growing an Internet age community in a way very very like demonstrably has power. I mean you've also worked with Justin bieber twice and saw how how strong his phantom is. So it's kind of cool to see the Asian American community rally around Craze Rich Asians and that came out not that at all at all related to one another safe. You know all these I mean they are little bit though. That's that's what I wanted to ask about his Asian American dance crews and southern California's. Such a thing you know I went to Ucla. Watch them and it's so cool to kind of hear you talk about how. Yeah Yeah I mean I you know. And Jabber walkies like weren't they on like America's best dance crew or something like that but that was that was when like the world got to know them but before that they were in ACDC dance crew before they were actually as during while they were on there. They were in step up before they were ever On match you put you put the Jabber walkies on the map that you represented elsewhere. We film them for those for sure. I had already made my first studio movie and yet I still felt like when I would watch youtube. This is like energy and I reminded myself that. I didn't have to ask permission for anything like I could have a camera. I know how to edit and I ended all the. Are you to battle videos? I didn't have to answer to anybody. And that's an amazing confidence builder and powerful thing to know that you have at your fingertips and you can have millions of people watching it tomorrow. Not next week. When a marketing company goes not with the press release like just releasing it. There was a big lesson to me during that time knowing that I have no excuses not to make stuff at any moment that I wanna make

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"shum" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"shum" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"We dove into some of the most interesting minds in business and in real estate for the very best tips and strategies FIDA implemented. Elevate Your Business. I'm Samantha McLean editor agent. And I'm joined by market with SAM missile. Quit on how. It was a little bit awkward because this one actually started a little differently from the normals did it. It was a little bit different because well I guess this week has got a podcast nine. Actually which is he's a driver million downloads and in messages. Not Being flippant in his chief over a million downloads. He's actually so I think we're about one point two million downloads of which is which is named fate but Tyron Sham. I meant tyron because hey you know I was part of the same podcast leaning group we the guys from Hustle and fled shop and we met and hit it off and he was a real estate agent. And now he's got this podcast. Show called property investory and so basically he has various investors on his show to tell their investment stories so we recorded an episode with him. Way You and I will be on his show talking about Meshal real estate and how we bought this property and things like that and then we would be really interesting to get Tehran onto ash show because tyrone obviously listens to a lot of investors with different investment strategies whether they be residential commercial or whatever. Moms DADS corporations like. He's talked yet and so I thought it would be really cool to ask him some questions for the benefit of how property manager listeners of what investors really looking for look. It's a really interesting one because he some pretty Deep questions as to what you so you as an individual on his podcast obviously What you as an individual. What's driven you towards that? Titular Investment Strategy. How did you start out? What were the lessons that you've learned? What would you do? Differently Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. We'd being on the other side of the desk. It certainly was but it. Also the value Listener Alpert cast with tyrod is that you actually get into the mind of the investor who is. He's actually interviewed so many many them. And you know like for any of you. That is sort of interested in property. Investment yourself definitely. Check out the show. His show is called property. Investory That's you'll find it on. I change in the same places that you find. Elevate definitely check out. He showed if you really WANNA get deep deep inside the mind of some of the customers exactly. Yeah so we were doing our sort of the The podcast Tyron. What was some of the takeaways that you actually saw from your chat with tyrod? I think the biggest thing is that I think maybe a lot of paper think that investors are hung up on price right now and yes. That's a factor but the things that we talked about a lot with the elements of choice and we've seen that in various stories around the place. Everyone you know Dane maquis. Who's offering to collect the rent to thirty percent? Heim Hotel Service so investors and now looking choices to what they might want to do and what they might want to leave Tornado so one thing that Tehran says investors really want is they wanna look at the systems that you have or that you've created to really get to know their portfolio and your client base so interestingly you know he's technology affect a well tar and things that he's very interesting. Lots of information was shared in your chat with Tyron. Very generously tat right absolutely. Thanks but you also took a ton of notes on this one as well as always so if you WANNA get hands on you notes. Are The to complement after. You've actually listened to the podcast and that will trigger off all the all the memory bills. Or if you don't have time to actually listen to the podcast of this scuttle of negative so you can actually go to elite agent. Elevate DOT com. Stick your email address in. We'll come flying through the ether. Or if you want to actually get your hands on all of the podcast nights for the the time become a prime member elite agent dot com slash pro and not only we get extra. You'll also get the magazine at whole of stuff as well. Yeah all the good stuff from US absolutely including well. Now we've added a Thursday mouth for prime members we derek shortcut links to all of the actual action. God's Al Prime members don't have to put their email addressing that just goes straight from the lot absolutely absolutely which is something that we like to do for them and also like pointing out some of the some of the cool stuff around the web just a little bit extra because we like to. We like to be bid extra. It's all about saving time and getting your hands on the resources as quickly as possible. You Guys GonNa Enjoy this podcast with tyrone and get to check out his show. Welcome to the podcast tar and Shum thank you so much. Sam. It's a pleasure to heavy. He in custody. Oh actually because we've just recorded a podcast for your shy for property industry so from one podcast to another. This is being really fun this morning. So our instant mainly real estate agents in your audience mainly property investors. So I think there's some really good synergies there in terms of what you're seeing from some of the guests on your show or I'm GonNa get to asking you for some good tips on what investors really want in a second but first of all. I'm going to ask you a question that you ask all of your guests because I'm a fan of your show tyrone in sixty seconds all list chills what you do in any given day. Okay so for me. I currently also work at a university across in Sydney and Mike Given Day. Every day is pretty much helping other faculty members within the University to find out what their requirements ought to be able to put the systems. So I'm a business analyst by my full-time trade and then I side hustle is probably saw. This is the podcast that I really love and enjoy doing as well too. And it's something that I've been really passionate about. I guess started up. Podcasting was because I just want to learn you know I had this selfish need to who can tell me what's doing public is so may assets behind it absolutely and so. How did the podcast actually start? How did you get your podcast? Because you've got an insane number of downloads like I think fifty thousand downloads a month or something like that. Lots people listen to you. So how did you go from zero to that many listeners? That's a good question. I guess over the last two years we've had over one point two million downloads from the podcast. Which was insane like wow. This is amazing for that many people to to the podcast and listen to it so it came out of a little bit of an each. I was driving to work. Every day is listening to podcasts. Because that's something that I really really enjoy listening. Listen to different PODCASTS. That were out there and also a lot different business shows as well too in through those shows. I was like okay. I'm learning a lot of how to's but I'm not learning about in up at the stories behind them and there's this kind of each account. I wish somebody would actually release a podcast. At tells about. This story tells about where they grew up what they did. How actually got into property? Because that's mall. Made that kind of story that I like to He. And that would inspire me to be motivated to do other things as well to to to heal the how to information from things and ton of information out there which you can just pick up on the Internet search but when it comes to actually the story everyone has a very unique story and I think when we actually tell a story people remember that a lot more than say you know the facts of Saint Ten fifteen different properties because changes inside but this story will always remain the same because that's what they grow up with so for me. I was driving to work one day and said look. I want to learn more about these people. I want to actually reach out to people who have grown up to be you know media experts properly jurors all these kind of things and no one actually had done. I should up and actually for about actually sat on not did anything at all and I just WANNA be bothered. Because it's a Lotta work. I've done a podcast. Prior to running the property industry podcasts and the man of work. That involved wasn't as much as it was to actually create video.

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"shum" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"shum" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"The ten best youtube traffic strategies we've gotten from our show and then they would would pull little like five minute clips from ten different shows of somebody giving a youtube tip and then they'd sort of make this repurpose roundup episode of clips clips from people talking about Youtube on past episodes. That's awesome and that's the way I'm actually thinking of twenty twenty to change up my podcast to do did that because I want to become more like a startup. PODCAST where I'm starting to actually put together a story in a famous that 'cause at the moment interviews where we do edit and put into into a specific format a story kind of but what we've been doing because as I say we've got so much content that's buried underneath few hundred episodes ago like I would probably pick one topic for example. I'm actually working on right now. Probably January and for listeners. Out there who haven't heard my podcast will happen for me thinking okay. He's been doing stories. Probably this. This one is kind of a little sneak. Peak is planning to probably do a topic on probably development for the listeners. Out there and pulling out all the great probably develop is out there and then just basically. It's not necessarily a roundup but just telling a story from a question that people ask in one of the questions that people always ask. How did they probably develop this song? So much money. They're not making tens of thousands of them making means it means adult development and that question always comes up and is always very very popular question as well so yeah it's it's just phenomenal to be editor somewhat died. And I think as time progresses and I want to try this this podcast to be a very high production quality podcasts which people want to listen to as well. Yeah sure you definitely do it right now. I wanted to It was winter. Some other growth strategies that you've found so repurposing is huge. And of course now you have a lot of good momentum and you know you do a handful of other things that looks like but guys do maybe a couple of the things that we can give listeners here thinking about starting issue from scratch or also what would have been your like your personal biggest biggest wins for you with growth. has there been like a handful of things that you see in a bend the most effective. Yeah totally so. I'm going to take a step back back then. We'll go back to when I first started because a lot of the strategies that I applied by then still work today. It's just a matter how you WANNA participate in taking on so initially. When I first I started to actually get the cost onto you? Probably don't WanNa just put out. Maybe one one podcast initially one put A number so I think when I I thought I had six cost lined up so that way I had six guests who are ready to promote and everyone says that you just go get that you guessed it your podcast promote this story and so often they usually will do that. But it's not as easy as sales because I launched and try making launch six. Six people are probably only got maybe three three out of the six that committed to actually promote the cost of the lists and even then it was very slide. trickles in wasn't like the one hundred thousand people will come in and listen bosses. Maybe like ten fifteen. So this is the reality of it. And I don't WanNa sugarcoat anything because for anyone. I got to give it some time. And it took me at least about six to nine months to actually start to see this exponential growth that bought from zero to forty thousand downloads but the challenge. Easy staying in that frame. Set that you go to stick. It's were you can't just give up by saying you've got maybe ten fifteen people listening so the thing I've learned is that you've got to release consistently. That's that's the key point about actually doing podcasting because once you listen to stock any hooked on they expect that you will release Edison time so for me a pretty solid schedule way. We released at least minimum two episodes awake so either on a Wednesday and Friday. We have those two spots filled out with guest episodes being released on Monday we have an actual separate guests like QNA session or a topical kind of yet. I guess story that we bring in from uh-huh specific experts that we bring back onto the podcast which I'll share with you the reason behind that layer. Because that's a sort of a monetization method behind that one so essentially we have like three episodes. I go out but taking a step back to where I started from that initial zero to six months or so. It was pretty much every time I had a guest that was posted out it. A great job back to them by email and let them know that was pretty much out then please see and feel free to share it out there and we did the usual Palestinian facebook I also reached Out A few people and try and get them onto email list and so forth and even back then I had absolutely no one on my email list is like zero subscribers when I first started and you know you had the the website website set up and on the back end stuff using email autoresponder and all that kind of stuff which took a little bit time but eventually got there and as time progressed when you start seeing smaller guests that come on. Even then they've got like small amounts of subscribe on this so they may have like two thousand and three thousand people upon Melissa compared to someone who I know some experts like one hundred thousand people in the list. Those ones seem to have a lot more engaged audience that come through so when I actually found a few it does and I had maybe about ten. Fifteen hundred is kind of small property. Investors Lit deigned is experts in the Maka had much smallest they list with very engaged in a series they posted on facebook or posted out to their list. I started saying those things just ramp up traffic to the show as well so that was probably the biggest biggest thing I did. Initially upfront was to keep a consistent. Senate outs guess assumes the Post where released and to encourage awesome if they wouldn't mind sharing with this nine times runs out ten bells. Say It's not a problem. It's just whether or not they get around to it. That's the issue because they'll say yes but you don't see it happening maybe a week or two. Maybe maybe they forget busy. I totally understand that. And that's the way I had to make just not to push anything. Maybe three weeks led to say. Hey how's things going. Did you have a a great response. PODCAST and also to strategically set it up this way. Normally when I interviewed the podcast guests onto the show it's an alums interview and what I do is chop it up into parts as well too so I part. I usually released that first week and in about three or four weeks later I ran into the second pot. So they've got three four week gap and therefore can reach out to them twice as well. So that's how I would to continue to bring them back in because if you say something the first time that you pot one's gone right and they don't do anything then I'll still potential chance to reach out to the second time around usually by that time round. That's okay had people actually reach out to them and say I've Pare back story. Then they go. Okay it's actually working. Let me for my doubts on my list so your economy actually impressed that you're getting people. Well actually e mail their lists. It seems like we reach out to people and we you know we ask them to email their list and share it however they can and it seems like the enormous for them to make a post on facebook book in twitter and call it a day. So I'm actually pretty impressed that you're getting people to actually mail about your episode. Thank you I have to say. It's a different market to you. Have to remember property opening investors a little bit slower in terms of technology side of things like especially in this market. A lot of them are school. You're talking to people who are like fifty sixty fifty pluses all. WHO's been in the game for twenty thirty years and they've had some guy like in the in the office helping them to set up a email list sends out regular email on their behalf so they don't really go too much on those kind of things but it's usually the younger generation? I found the people who have got a young generation between twenty and thirty five years old in that range. They're the ones that you usually use social media a lot and I've had stories from Ben's on the spectrum and they they really do work in different. Why so it's been interesting to say the different wise guy and it makes sense to make sense with going after the smaller markets or the smaller lists you you know and this is the case with smaller? PODCAST is typically there the more loyal people who are listening in the ones that will take action. Same with an email list. You know it's like like ours. We proven are less like crazy and yes so a lot of folks if you could target those when starting off I think that's a great idea and then incentivizing actually giving me an idea. Now it's like you can incentivize people in many ways to get them to email their list And that could be potentially one of the better. You know growth levers in in the early days. Yeah I I think I think in our niche specifically. I think you probably get people being a little more protective about their lists aren't getting niches. And Yeah because you know. We talked to a lot of entrepreneurs and marketers. And you know we we have had people on here with hundreds of thousands even millions on their lists and I think a lot of people in our niche at least seem to be much more protective about what they email but they're pretty open to sharing on social media and talking about it in that way. Yeah tell really and this is the thing you just raised a really good point and it just reminded me I was going to share this other East to do as well to which I still do from time to time but I usually ask the guests in the past. I've known have written a book so if they wouldn't mind actually sending a few free copies of the way to give away to incentivize the listeners to subscribe and to download Loyd into reach out to them and sent me. A lot of books are still actually sitting on the shelf. But I've given away as well at the same time so it's a win win situation Russian because at the same time the book most people who have either been wanting to buy just don't have the resources to be able to get it and if he can give it a wife of people who really really really do genuinely want it then.

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"shum" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"shum" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"And just the smell totally makes sense. I could see that for shum bo besides acting and the movie you guys do a little bit of modeling right a lot more ex- ex- models. We got cut out. What do you mean. I think that there's a stigma behind celebrity kids wanting just to be famous and do anything that they can just be like their parents. Yeah i really loved modeling and my mom was a model and so it was always just fascinated by her beauty and i wanted to do it so bad so i started when fifteen and you know it's just something that they they don't really love in the industry and they always have just that. They're one girl and they're gonna run within and it's kind of <hes>. I didn't want to be known that also have such a personality and i love talking to people and i. I thought i can't be doing a job where involves no speaking at all like a clothes hanger like no. I don't know right yeah. Would you say the modeling industries a little bit harder than an acting. I mean the entertainment industry ruffin general. It's different different. It's just a lot of rejection. Yes everywhere yeah. All all what made you get. The acting bug is that have you always wanted to do acting. I honestly growing up. I think with the actor father but i don't know about you but i it was always around and he's always talking about himself and i hate actor around. I'm like jesus laminated everyday every day. My mom never dated acting like you move on so i never wanted to. I don't think it's one of those things that you can be taught. I think it's something you're just born with. Its natural. I i didn't think i had it. I still don't think i have it but we're pretending like i have it right now. Oh come on. I know comes pretending anyway. That's right and karen you are on the show beaches am am. I cannot escape them. Yeah i've watched and there was one episode where it was like sexy. Songs and your face was just like oh my god and when dad do this. I don't know if he has ever met my dad but he's like so extra like on thousand at all times when things like sexy songs unscom like he just knows he's gonna gyrating body rolling and i'm just nobody wants to either fifty on your old five to a body roll. You know what i mean. You're just like oh <music> gene so but i think that's why people like that. Show that like. That's how everyone is just because my dad is. Whoever does it mean that. I'm not embarrassed by him like i can't be as daughter enroll. My is what's like the most embarrassing thing your dad's have done. I <hes> i was a cheerleader cheerleader in high school and to my senior year like cheer game at last one's a big one and my whole family came and then i look in the stands and my entire family and my dad had the ringleader are wearing shirts with my face on it and it's not just like five people like my family. It's like thirty five. They're all wearing this and i'm just a tad. Are you kidding me. I was so embarrassed. I think mine was brought home. The first boyfriend big deal zeal reading the family <hes> my mom already met him and i was like okay. This is the big moment he meets sly. Oh boy he goes up to shake his hand and it's just like a little skinny scrawny. Johnny cash shake his hand limb. Yeah you can't land polls and back next time. Schick my hand like a man arden ardent kidding me so from then on out. This guy comes in with full on grow yeah. I like you know. Honestly i helped you yeah but i was a good life. I was like in seventeen and you shitting his pants. Your handshake never going to be stronger than your yeah. No baseball dot big really wraps around your entire arm. No one's ever gonna win that kind of s._p._f..

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Uber IPO Could Be One of Five Biggest NYSE Listings in History

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Uber IPO Could Be One of Five Biggest NYSE Listings in History

"So would see that the big over hyped or potentially over hived IPO of the year will be Uber's. And now, we know where it's going to happen. Yes. This is possibly one of the five biggest initial listings of all time. This is how massive could be valued something like a hundred twenty billion pounds. It will definitely be the biggest of the year, and like I said, depending on the pricing, depending on the valuation. This could be one of the biggest ever. I now what is really interesting is historically, it is the NASDAQ exchange where big tech stocks have listed, so alphabet, Google Microsoft, apple all trade on NASDAQ. But a. About seven years ago. There was a big technical problem with Facebook's listing Facebook's initial public offering seven years ago, and that caused many other tech companies to slightly Shum, the NASDAQ and choose instead, the new York Stock Exchange, so for example, China's Alibaba. Floated on the stock exchange. Twitter snap snatch all those have shunned. The historically tech heavy NASDAQ to float on the stock exchange. Now, why is this important? What is important because these exchanges around the world compete against each other for fees. Of course, if you're gonna float Uba one of the biggest flotations ever, they're going to be a lot of fees about concerned with that. Now. Of course, it also probably helps Uca's finance stricter once worked as the finance stretch of the new stock exchange. A news say ooh, member John Fain ex. Goldman also was the chief executive of the new stock exchange probably has something to do there's another there's another little quick and this story because last week I took g about the flotation of lift this much much smaller rival to but there is a little bit of a rice. Because if you consider institutional manages people who who manage money who buy shares, you know, they're probably not going to have. They probably don't want a lift in. But they probably want little of of eight they wanna wear base of ridesharing. They don't necessarily own them both. So there isn't a little bit of rivalry in terms of lifting. Uber who will be to actually raise money. Now. We know now that's lift. But I wonder how many shareholders these big fund managers go to know. Well, we'll we'll we'll we'll wait to see Potala. We went by Shehzad, let you more rivalry you mentioned there, the the valuation and understand.

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"shum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"shum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Outside of LA city hall where that announcement was made within the past hour or so LA mayor Eric Garcetti superintendent Austin beaten her in Alex Caputo Pearl president. The teacher's union stood side by side. We learned this morning that the latest marketing session was an all nighter and did not wrap up until six thirteen this morning. Wow. All night with these guys at the same time that they were shaking hands teachers were picketing on the streets of downtown. Now, those teachers need to vote on the deal. That's a process that will take the rest of the day. Okay. Let's find out what's in that package that sweet deal. This is a good agreement. It is a historic agreement. It gets to lower class sizes. It a laugh through that is that's not necessarily true. I mean, they eliminate one kid I this year and like one kid next year. That's not a big deal. It gets to lower class sizes. He's just laughing jersey. It gets lower class not chuckle, but he's he's been up all night. I guess I guess it gets to lower class sizes it gets proper support staff to community based schools to special Ed adult Ed expanded Greenspace and the list goes on we took on the way way expanded Greenspace. Andy green. I had bet myself that you were going to stop. What does that mean? No. It means that around the teachers striking for expanded Greenspace apparently was in the deal. None of it's not I would have never gone out there. Oh my God. I knew that expanded Greenspace and the list goes on the F does that mean. That's actually very important because development that they have that they're around Shum Greenspace. Yeah. It's our round Shum trees grass. These are important things. I don't think they're that important. I mean, look the kids go to school in New York. Never see anything green. The only thing they see green is when a homeless guy pulls out his dead-leg with gangrene on it. That's about it. And they do fine expanded Greenspace and the list goes on we took on this idea of bargaining for the common good, which is the idea of bringing to the bargaining table, some issues that are I never heard one teacher on the picket line while I was there at two Luca lake elementary say we're sticking we're staying out of that classroom until we get more Greenspace, they weren't leading with the Greenspace come on market means nothing to these kids is now the topic. These kids are into video games you ever seen a thirteen twelve year old kid they've never seen. They've never even been on grass. All they do is they come home, and they go on the computer, they shut the door. And they send a text back and forth to their friends about how stupid their parents are. Where my alone is. Now, the topic in every household in our community. Let's capitalize on this. Let's fix it. All right. Well, all the details were not released. We know it say six percent salary increase that was agreed upon and that was on the table before an exact number of a student.

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"shum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"shum" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Elizabeth Ries with the heat Panalpina of dirt. Hey, dirty girl friends. It's so nice to be with you on this frigid day. My goodness gracious. Happy monday. Yeah. It's real nice and chilly out there. Buckets. Okay. Let's talk about all sorts of Turks get to Michelle Obama is of course, making the rounds. She's got her new book coming out and she's getting a ton of attention. She tells people magazine why she and Barack Obama once saw a marriage counselor. And she said there are times you want to leave isn't that refreshing to hear? Yes. Refreshing to hear because it's something we all know race flash. But that nobody talks about it, you know, Michelle and Barack Obama. I think kind of seemed like they have a pretty ideal marriage, but because they've gone to a marriage counselor. Truth because we're role models. It's important for us to be honest and say if you're in a marriage, and there are times you want to leave that's normal because I felt that way. She's talking about this because her book becoming is coming out tomorrow. And she says my mother would talk about leaving my father in the spring when she do spring cleaning interesting. She said there were definitely times when I wish things were different. But I don't think I ever thought I'm just checking out of this. And that is the thing I think that is refreshing to hear when it comes to honest conversations about marriage that you can feel in a moment. Like, guess what this sucks, and it would be easier without this. But that doesn't mean that you're checking out of the marriage. Those are two totally different things. Yeah. If you have those thoughts, and you do something about it. That's that's a good sign, right? Versus just expecting something's going to change without doing anything. She talked a lot about she's talking about her book. And this is getting a lot of attention to talking about their difficulties getting pregnant and having miscarriages and then going to have to have their two daughters Malia and Sasha, and that's how they were able to conceive them. And then of course, they had to balance her high powered career with President Obama's career. Is a politician and the stress of being new parents. And so they went to marriage counseling. A handful of times she says marriage counseling for us was one of those ways where we learn to talk about our differences. I think it should be mandatory. I do too. I think it should be and not marriage counseling relationship counseling. Whatever. Yeah. And it should be under the same like mental health umbrellas for in your insurance is every other kind of a hundred percent, isn't there isn't there? An interest in having intact families and relations one would think. One would think. Harry Shum junior from crazy rich, Asians, he and his wife Shelby or having a baby. Oh, baby. Naming news photo of them together. Her name is Shelby. They are darling. And like beaming smiling happy he's thirty six and they were the people's choice awards on Sunday night. And so he was cradling. His wife's little baby bump, cute cute. Like that. And the other baby news spectrum. Travis Scott who is the baby daddy of Kylie jenner's little baby is revealing on Ellen which is airing today that he was terrified of being part of the birthing situation. And he says I was so fair man of the placenta. But I got the umbilical cord. Okay. People are afraid of the placenta. I think that's a fear fair. I mean after my first birthday walked past something that he says he will never get that image out of his head. I mean, I think there's a lot of things that you walk past during the birth experience. The for sure there's a lot. I mean, it's not a particularly. Attractive situation really from any angle to which I would say, I don't know that who like what what what was the expectation? You were going gonna walk that with an attractive experience kind of what I would want to say to Travis Scott and friends like, yeah. He gets them. Sure was kind of you know, I'm sure that was hard for you. It's real deal going into scared because we're both young. But you know, when you first hold a baby in your arms is uncontrollable. I never thought. I could just love something. So and that is true. That is the truth. Here are very young though. I mean, kylie's twenty one how old is Travis hunting threes that also can I tell you that I came across placenta in my day to day life on Sunday evenings, you tell it was who was the one that had the soak. King. Henry the eighth wife that had the sun. But then she ended up. I don't know. Anyway, the one that died the reason they think she died because part of the placenta was. She was a Queen. They didn't want to get all up. You know? Let's get it out. Oh, she's a Queen. We don't want to go up there. Now, she died. You look at that. So she could have been still with us today. So it's important to talk about these things that absolutely is on the other end of the Kardashian Jenner clan. Kim and Connie have hired private firefighters help save their neighbors home. That's a big story. Getting attention today that their neighbors are just really grateful because the blaze started to creep up on Kim and Connie as hidden hills mansion, and they if they place went up in flames it can have a domino effect on the entire neighborhood. So they hired a private team to battle the fire. And they successfully saved the sixty million dollar house and countless others on the block. And so a few neighbors we're talking to TMZ and they're thinking the west for putting team on the front lines and saving their homes. You know, it's just a hard spot for everybody. It is hard. I mean, it is it's hard, and it's hard to have a conversation like this right because we're talking about people who have the kind of privilege where they can hire a team to keep the fire from their home. And yet who among us. If you didn't if you had that kind of ability, right? Who wouldn't who wouldn't right? So you can't really fault them for doing that. Yeah. Exactly. This isn't something you can relate to there's something wrong with you. Right. Yeah. Right. This is that's a situation where they just you do what you have to do. And I'm sure that they're doing other good things. And I mean, it's it is a hard thing. But there are hundreds of thousands of people who are really struggling with this. And I think everybody's just trying to do the thing that they can do in their power. What are they able to Kim in county and get a bad rap at man. Serena Williams has been named by G Q the woman of the year. Congratulations. Serena I think she's I I would argue she's been the woman of many years. So there this has been definitely a year for the the magazine G Q, it's their December two thousand eighteen January twenty nine hundred issue, and they anointed a three men and one woman the title of man of the year. So she was a men's magazine. So they always do men's magazine time doing. A woman I think so I I did pause. Dr fell out. So it's Jonah hill. Michael Jordan and Henry Golding were all awarded the title along tie alongside Serena Williams. So they've got four different covers and Serena is titled the champion of the year. She's wearing a black Leotard and a vintage Chanel belt. She looks sweet looks awesome. All the covers were released today. But fans will have to wait until Thursday to read. Serena Williams interview, they say that she is talking about the US open moment heard around the world in the interview along with her plans for the future. Her thoughts on Brett Kavanagh's supreme court appointment, and what it's like to be a black woman in America in two thousand eighteen o 2017 gal Gadot got it for her role in wonder woman. Okay. So they did that in two thousand seventeen they did four, and they did three men and one woman. Okay. All right. It is a men's magazines like they're like, well there they have some responsibility to in good news or good on them for not doing like a sexy later because we're a men's magazine. Okay. Pretty doggone sexually Hello. Oh, yeah. Hi looks great. She looks amazing. And as do you Elizabeth Ries? Thank you so much for bringing all that lovely dirt. When we come back. We need a collartoo player thirty second pop culture challenge..

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"shum" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

Hacking Your Leadership

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"shum" Discussed on Hacking Your Leadership

"And then that's in my opinion of really good leaders is that they really spend a good amount of time in that inspirational piece, and there's a lot of components to that, but I believe like you've got to be able to role model. You gotta be able to be consistent. A lot of things that we talked about in the podcast. I absolutely believe that there's many times though we're motivation is necessary Shum in in whether that's helping people connect the dots on how performance then equals opportunities for them. You know, if you if you sell more things, more widgets, more, this more that that you know your, your overall growth revenue goes up, which means that you typically hire more people and or give out more promotions, right? Like that's just how that part works. And that sometimes is required in regards to connecting with your people and talking to them. And I'm not a big fan of like the dangling carrot style motivation. You know, I just, I don't believe in that. I'm more. Of a realist and those types of situations. But I think motivation absolutely is necessary times and yet coercion. Absolutely. I think it's kinda like, look, if you can't come to work, then you no longer have to come to work and promoted customer. Yeah, because like it's it sometimes like sometimes people need that. Sometimes people in life. Sometimes I know you. Now we're talking about this earlier. Sometimes you play a role as a leader where you know you're, you're the place where people come in actually get real life transparent, honest feedback in the get tough love. Sometimes you know, you're, you're in a place where you kind of have to be the realistic and tell them how things work and explain things to them. And so I believe that you've got to be comfortable in all three, but, but you also have to know that like, you know, living in the inspiration side of things really is the best route of can do that most of the time. Yeah, I grew that fully. I tend to think younger leaders maybe try to remain in the inspirational more. You know, it's almost like do people become more cynical over time and they start to default to things that they think will work quicker or become more expedient, but it hurts them in the long run. So I think I think being able to being able to convey. Convince, honestly commitments where being able to gain followership from your people through inspiring them is something that takes effort and more effort than the other to the other two are are pretty easy. Like there's a, there's a one plus one equals two kind of equation there and either either at works or at dozen, but but the inspiration piece, there's a lot of nuance to it and every employee is different in how they will respond to it. Obviously, the results that come from success through inspiration will far surpass, the results that come from success through coercion or motivation. You know, just like a person who's convinced the eating vegetables is going to make them big and strong..

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"shum" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

Full Stack Radio

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"shum" Discussed on Full Stack Radio

"Not necessarily accessibility point of that problem, but you just the idea of building these almost like headless you. I components that just try and encapsulate the behavior that you want to encapsulate while making it really easy to customize how things look by basically, giving control of rendering over to to the end user using some of these patterns that people using. You react these days like render props and stuff like. Yeah, and that's what that's what my advanced react workshop has always been about is giving rendering control back to the developer so that you just handle the behavior of the thing and then they can style it design it, make it look. However, they need it to looking one tricky thing with going too far in that direction is now if you had too much rendering back over to people, then you're handing back over to them the implementation of the accessibility. Yeah, you know. So if if I'm building a dropdown component retrieve you and I don't actually render anything myself, I'm not guaranteed to be putting the correct roles on the elements Shum or the right aria attributes, like aria controls are you labeled by? And so it's it's a, it's a delicate balance of like giving rendering control over to the developer, but not so much that you're handing them. For the implementation of accessibility? Yeah. So some place or maybe a good topic to get into here would just be kind of like what some of the elements are that you need to consider when you're trying to make a component accessible. And then I'd be I'd love to get into some of the challenges and trade off. So you had to make with a specific library like we're just talking about how do you give flexibility while still making sure that you're giving someone the accessibility features that that they want. So in terms of what goes into making something accessible, what are kind of the areas that they need to focus on to get things right there? Yes. So the first is just just markup. Okay. Just just plain old markup. If you've got a, if you've got an interactive element that is not a link that doesn't change the location of your your app. It should be a button and have story full stop. Almost end of story. This is that there's the accessibility world is funny because we, we all have like such deep passion for what we're doing. You know, like there are very few righteous lines of code that you get to write and accessibility. Let you write a lot of righteous code that you feel very strongly about. But yeah, I think I think almost every developer out there should just use a button for anything that's interactive. That doesn't change the oil. However, there are some projects like react native web, and Twitter light is built on top of that, and they've gone to great lengths. They've got like an eight hundred line file for a button..

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The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:03 min | 3 years ago

Is Maggie McFly related to George McFly?

"A science experiment gone terribly wrong. Here's what's coming up on the nice guys on business. I going to tell you when you said that like a hundred fucking comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so they're low. Andy walks. The bases loaded on twelve straight pitches. How can the nice guys Lael pitches that close? I, thou shall take out the holy pin, then thou shalt count to three, no, more. No less four, thou shalt not count, then count thou to expecting thou then proceed to three five is right out. Once the number three being the third number be reached. Then lavas thou the holy hand grenade of Antioch towards the nice guys on business need an education on how to grow your business. The nice guys are here to help learn about great customer service networking and how just being nice can help you prosper. Now hero, you're. Host, Doug Sandler and Strickland Bonner your fourteen percent or are we going to crap out? Do we need a quick episode. Oh, I see. They turned off the mega maze. So I've got a fourteen percent more WI fi before it dies and nuts. So it's ok, never. Okay. Joining to stop recording some reasons. Why that you need to tell me. Do we have anything private lives? Nothing. Right. Hey, look and fans. Welcome back. Welcome back by the way, whatever it is the beginning of this recording. I'm sure it's all going to be in the recording because you know what? There's nothing private between Doug and I, it's all about the fuck advanced love you guys in. We are completely transparent with you. I don't even. I can't even imagine what in my life would be so private that I cannot share it with the nice guys on business podcast. What would that be? Imagine anything so private that I couldn't share it with the three or four thousand people download every episode of this easy asked show. It's not like anybody ever held anything against me in really. I mean, never. I mean, I've, I've talked relationship stuff. I've talked health stuff. I've talked GMO things you and I have gotten in arguments. I've gotten in arguments with with ex wives. I've had my kids on the show. I mean, what? What else could possibly go wrong on this show? Well, having said that I'm going to spend the virtual meal. Yeah, I don't have the wheel because I'm not at home. Right? But I'm, I'm still in Connecticut. I know come for anybody that doesn't know anything about banking as listen to the Tuesday show. We talked about sensitively, so go back and listen. If you didn't listen, hang on. I'm looking through the topics because the tie what you just said about being transparent is one of your topics. And now I can't. I don't know on being transparent was one of the topics. I mean a happy to talk. About transparency but was topics. It was indirectly topic because it was something about your relationships. Where's that topic? Oh, yeah, yeah. Whitney. The topic was I wanted to my relationship, woes and successes. I wanted to share one men women, and that's exactly. Okay. Doug, go ahead please. It's actually actually so so JJ zan's. And created this other podcasts because struggle with tired of hearing, hearing me being the why. Why he knows bitch. Tired of it. So JJ and I while she had already had this show called, I spell the wrong actually put men, women and relationships as actually. But it is women men in relationships. Some. Sorry, I'm laughing because as you're saying that looking at the page in one note chain, you're making changes to Beijing. I wanna to make sure it's very clear what I did I corrected myself. So if you if you were curious exactly what has happened, speaking of total transparency, it's not that I don't wanna share exactly what has happened in my life, but Strickland is frankly, he's probably tired of hearing it for me and everybody that knows me because all they do is complain about how all I do is complain. So we're, we're talking about total transparency, right? Yeah, sure. Go ahead. I'm going to be totally transparent with. Okay, I am. I am far less tired of hearing about your relationship Bose. I don't want to say I find it interesting. Interesting makes them sound kind of trite and it's because your your relationship was more the trait. They're very important four before you share what you're about to share, though I wanna let you know that the next sentence that you say you're going to hurt my feelings. Well, maybe possible. Things more. What I'm totally fine hearing about your because I think any information about relationships, whether they're good better and different, I think is great information for people to hear and learn. I'm much. I'm not really tired of hearing about that. I am tired of hearing about how fucking corn is the worst on nude body in fucking GMO's in the chemicals and the all the fucking California should that you've adopted less two months. So hold up. Hold up. Hold up. It's interesting. You say that because when we had our production call just earlier tonight, I was explaining the trials and tribulations of trying to put my essential oils in my diffuser. Thank you. That's exactly piling on his exactly the kind of that. I am really fucking. That's the best that is the greatest thing. And then I held up a little a little jar of my Himalayan sea salt. I love this this entire experience here on the west coast. It's been so amazing. So. So. I'm sorry, did you owns now to calm myself? So I don't get upset to hear more about all of your California lifestyle, hey, strategy strikes. You'll you'll like this part though. I just made arrangements to have my Harley shipped out here so that my life will be will be coming slowly. The east coast will slowly be moving its way to the west coast. I will no longer just be able to transport myself from one spot to another in either my my beach cruiser bicycle mice, GameBoy or my skateboard I will actually have a motorized vehicle. So what you're saying is that when when you're cyncial oils are not quite there and win, your shock crews are not quite valid. I never said the words. Shocker I've is. You will be able to hop onto your fucking American-made Harley. Davidson. Motorcycle fucking crank it up to about one hundred twenty guests Ables of caffeine. Looking exhaust sound to drive around LA in piss off all the people in their silent Tesla's to get all those shock RAs back in light. Again, I approve of this one hundred percents oh my gosh, I love it. I love it. Well, I'm glad that you approve at least of one portion of my west coast lifestyle, but I have to tell you straight when you were here and you were hanging pull side and you were doing karaoke and singing who songs from inside the poll, and we would podcast inside the pool. You weren't fucking complaining then were you motherfucker. Shea shea? Yes, that is an excellent retort, Doug you. You'd make an excellent point. When I maybe I may have few words, but they are. They are wise words and their well-placed. My friend, well-placed, look, I really wanted to make that argument. I would make the same argument about that that I would have been about Vegas, right? I love going to Vegas. Vega since January. February? Yeah, long fucking time as a long time. For many months? Yeah, I would never alike visiting Vegas Vegas like escape. And on the trade shows, it's gambling relaxing? Yeah, I would never want live there personally. I kind of feel the same way away. I really like to visit. I'd love to see you again and I did. I loved have the pool hanging out with your friends and like recording podcasts at the pool and Chilin. I just don't think I could live there. You know what? I really like about it a lot. I think that I think that this was an unusual kind of extra bonus that it didn't realize that I was getting is then I love the fact that when it's nine o'clock my time, it's midnight your time, and I'm still feeling in that zone with you because like for me, twelve o'clock is was way too late to do anything, but you are always up for it for me, nine o'clock is like mice. I'm slowing. Downtime. So, oh, I do love the fact that I'm three hours behind you. Oh, believe me. That was not lost on me because right now, currently, as we're recording this right now, it is. It's nine fifty one in l. a. which. Right? It's twelve fifty one here at a cat annually fucking ready to go because that's just me. I'm just tonight. Was funny night person because I still get up at six or seven every day. I just don't sleep. I don't need to sleep. I. I don't get hired Marjorie yacht. Yup. Yup. Yup. Embarrassed Mark through, but I don't think she listens. We shouldn't that be wait a second. We make our fucking guest list new show. We don't make our own employees. Listen to this show force them. She's listened to a few episodes. I just don't think she listens regularly all the time. I mean, I hope she doesn't like I hope he doesn't show to sit. She's part of the team now it doesn't matter took I don't think. think. Seriously. I don't think she'd be embarrassed. Honestly, I don't even listen to our show. That she. So early on so Marjorie. Okay. Let's give a little backstory. Right? You love the details right old. Three Marquette, yes. So when I came out to visit the first time I've visit you and JJ. Right, and we're talking it was after San Diego, and we're just talking in very general terms, hey, turnkey needs some help, and we technical person. We may need some more MR and JJ says, hey, I noticed remarks, right? And she's great. And I, I really think she'd be right for you. And by the way, I think, let's let's reach outdoors you. She can come hang out with a site. You can be. Okay, cool. That was that was a good, hang out actually. So we call her and she's like, sure I can hang out today and you and me and Jane Martin, we all know hanging out drinking like tricky. Keep our red light long. Right? We had a great time. We Marjorie very well, we, we clicked. It was great. So not only was it that she had the right skill set, but she was the right personality type, right, great personality, great attitude, and I love her right, I do too. So we hired her on the teeth. She's now a permanent full time. Part of the turnkey team. You helping us out with all kinds of great stuff. So a couple of weeks. So we hire and martyr were chatting back and forth somewhere kind getting to know each other. And she reaches out to randomly calls me and she's like, hey, treasure question covers Russian. Like, okay, she's like. You don't seem to sleep. I said, okay, we don't know what you're the very well, but that is very stupid. Ulceration your for. Right. She just, how do you do that? And I said, okay, it's interesting question. And then she Laverick. She's like, look, you seem like a pretty fun, positive upbeat person. You don't seem to sleep much, but you seem okay. It's not like you're of Bogin tired of on whatever I right, right. And so I said, well, I gotta tell you through four or five years ago. I was that person. I was like sleeping law. I was so tired. I was down whatever. I'm I've repulsive outlook on life. You know, I try to look at the good things, but also I love what I do. Right. Like I love doing this podcast you, I love turnkey a love, our turnkey clients. I mean, most most. Go down that road. Right. Look as as most of you may know I work a day job, right? I'm a report data, annals for social solutions. I love angel. I don't do the job because all my gotta make other. Day job. And so my typical day hours a day eight or nine one. hours, right? I come home. I eat dinner, hail by family bid bid one. Have a cell phone with, Jared, I gotta tell you when you said that like a hundred footing comments fly through my mind is such a softball like I've so there. So the first comment that comes to mind is I'm not gay. I just let him suck my dick. Good light. Exactly. Who doesn't like you could blow job right. And then the second comment is, did we talk about sheltering twelve dollars from the government in blow job in the same episode? Because I just don't even remember. I think it went. I think it was about a week ago. We were talking about how we can find a tax shelter or something like that for the twelve dollars in turn key. And then I, I, maybe I meant to comment made a comment about a blowjob, twelve dollars. I don't remember. I don't know. I don't either, but by the way hall, dude, you do not need an excuse to call in and ramble about whatever we don't give a shit. We love the call. I do believe that was one of your other topics. Wasn't it? Forty? Two, forty, two DJ Jagger's that have a police Glenn. Anybody anything. You wanna talk about anybody who wants to talk. We are going to play the voice mail or not even gonna listen to a head of time. So if you wanna call forty two j Doug and just you excellent ex-. Okay. Got a couple of drinks a couple of scotches doing a skew expletives we don't. We're not gonna. Listen to head tower. It's gonna play. No, no, we want you. We want you to leave voicemails. Just go ahead, funk, and fans. Those that are out there. There's many of you that have not left messages in a long long, longtime Jared were or ever. We, Jared, we very much appreciate your messages. You keep them coming in, but all of our other funk advance. I can't name all of you because I know I know who you are. I know you wanna leave a message, please go ahead and pick up the phone. Forty, two forty zoo DJ Doug, we will play the message. You can even just babble for five seconds if you want to. We don't care. We just want to hear the message, please. We just want to know you're out there. We just wanted to use it. It's all good. Yeah, Jared, dude, we love you. You can call in as often or as many times as you want. And by the way, as Doug said earlier, if there are messages that you have laughed that you that you have heard on the show, just leave him get. Chips. I can't remember Doke sober and he can't. Excuse for me. Okay. All right. Now I want to get just one. I just want what is going on over there Strickland. It's passed. It's passed door. Okay. It's it's one zero, seven less call. I think some of the people the birthday party here there are spilling out onto the highway was going on. Exact, should I post the picture I sent to you the fire and everything like that. As well. Wait, have we done that? Where's Muhammed? Muhamed Chakib we need you back. My friend, my God, Muhammad, each's Muhammed. Where are you? We need to show our please gene. You just do a Google search for flies and then do something like root to it. I don't know that would be for Tuesday in the pudding. Pudding woman, wait a minute. Hold on a second. Okay. Let me just let me just try to make sense of what you just said. Okay. Well, wait a minute somebody. I think it's the birthday girls coming over here. Looking me. Hold on one second. Okay. Okay. Is it your birthday today? dude, like Okay. turnkey So work what was and the whole I get deal to bed with them by. bringing like little cupcakes I can't remember the last out time to you? for midnights usually I liked twelve it thirty lasts one by the one way. thirty, something Thanks. like that. I'm up What's by your name? six or seven. Hold on. I'm doing a punt. Yeah, you went through Tell this. You her went to through podcast. this period of time She's where she likes. She where backed off you like were mad afraid at yourself like or you're not talking. going to bed before midnight, and you actually Okay. tried to go to bed before midnight, So what's but your. you actually never never. It's Molly Molly really make never fly. happened. I think I did twice me. You'll Mike remember is called. you got mad The at nice yourself. is on this. You couldn't do it. And I think you gave We are up setting the what the every nice guys once in on a while this writer. seven Like hundred. How I'll many be ways doing you're my thing in thirty prison crews, episodes. like it's So eleven o'clock. we're I'll all be like. about how do you head and business? Fucking I did tired nice. and yes, I'll Oh, go to no, bed. Eleven. It's we like really don't it's like talk once a month that much. This every is other known month. about this Right. every I'm still once in a a while month by six stumble or seven. Usually on bizarre. in Marjorie We is drink like, how a do lot you do of that? Molly. I'm like, I saw really early. everything Bringing that I out do. like little I enjoy things. and I really And the she presented think to that's you. the key, right? What were You. they saying. If they're I just doing graduated that, you don't like for what doing, nursing. hey, somebody Oh my else God. to do, get rid of them quit the day job, do whatever. By the way Anyway, like she should I reduce would have your somebody hoped tangent. that is his first I completely name, not his last name. forgotten the core thing that we started talking about here. Mine's No, that's okay. I don't even remember most what read it was you either like congratulations on your graduating your relationships nursing school. was I was mistaken. well. Yeah, It but wasn't that's a birthday what party. that's why. I says So the if you initial wanna tune singing in about my what relationships, it was. Tapeh women say, men in relationships is the place what to go. were you seeing I mean, it's Strickland. JJ makes total sense of the fuck ary. That Molly is called doesn't my personal even know life. what the hell She was under being somebody she who's gets weeks and it. She her understands as it and congratulations she's so well-versed notice at it and analyze. Limbaugh. I mean, you know, I mean, you know how well how good she is Let's eat as that kind of on coach. time, but And the we actually have several people from trip our out community to see that have holocaust reached out to her survivors. and survivors. and have expressed an interest in her coaching. I think there are a couple people that have actually taken her up on the on the whole whole coaching aspect of things and and it was really, she's coach MU couple times by the way, again, not interrupted a man robbed. Yes, I've had a couple of scotch. Gotcha. Homer. Anything much. Or so. JJ again, like all over the place. Now it's one o'clock in the morning. I'm here from all over. The place are fine. I love it. You're drunk. This is great. Title. Schoenbach joke. So I'm Jay, Jay, Jay Jane. I have done a couple of sessions in. She's amazing. I just have sue shit on. I haven't had a chance to get back with her, but she's amazing. So. Okay, go ahead. None of. So what I was going to say was that. So when when I'm able to chat with her on as the as the as the temporary co host or maybe the part time could not temporary that Jesus, that'll be horrible and temporary Colo's to be the part time. Co host of women. Men in relationships was great about it is we take actually this entire fucked up thing that has happened to me in my relationships in my an and where I might look at it on nice guys as a completely like, oh my God, my life is going down this horrible. You know this horrible path and look what's happened. You know, when I come on her show and we actually ended up having a conversation about it. My life begins to make much more sense. Maybe every maybe an and we discovered this when we were in Baltimore, just just a week or so ago. And and you know, I'm I'm sitting there in the chair and we're having we're having Bret or is sitting there in the booth. And we're having a breakfast with a buddy of mine. And I said, I don't even know where this this, this, this, this thought came, but I'm like, hey, maybe everything that has happened in my life up to this point, the divorces and you know the the people that have been mad at me and all this, the the exile in the stress and the all of the shit that has happened in my life. Maybe all of that. If I'm looking at this from a different filter, if I'm looking from this at a different angle in perspective, maybe this all happened for a reason that is positive to teach me something that I'm going to be able to take the next part of my life. And I'm like, I would never have been able to think those thoughts. I would always been. I would always been thinking, why the fuck did this all happen to me rather than this happened to me for a specific reason and it was an intended reason and it's a part of this this just this this path that I'm on, that's this is. Contract that I have made with myself. And when you look at it that way, it's like nothing in life ever happens for a reason poorly. It all happens for to teach you a lesson. So that's what we cover in women. Men relationships if you want to a slightly still a funny part of me, but a much more serious funny part of me. Listen to that that show because we do get into kind of deep with with relationships here. Here's where we just bash everything going on in my life on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and that is that is okay with me or the beginning of the show were hash you for the whole California lifestyle? Yes. GMO's in the corn is not instable. Okay. The comment that you just made about in hate? Maybe everything that has happened to me is actually happened for he said, yes, if that is part of the California lifestyle that support I agree with. I'm going to tell you. Is my bell. Bell. That is my philosophy, our percent, they're no such thing as stakes. There's no such thing as bad things that happen to you. And by the way, this big overall picture big picture. Yeah, could almost maybe be considered business advice if you want to consider business vice. Although we haven't given business advice on the guys. In a long time. So I don't wanna break that streak ship, but we do. It's just only three fifths of the week is business advice, the two-fifths of the week, known as Tuesdays and Thursdays, which is also one hundred percent of your time, which means that the only common element in the dysfunction of our Tuesdays and Thursdays is used stricklin. Realize that right despair dot com. Won't you realize that the only comment denominator in all of your dysfunctional relationships. I love that anyway. So back to I am one hundred percent of the belief in the philosophy, and I am so down with this. I am so aligned with this. That. Bad things don't happen. Okay. Mistakes don't happen and horrible things. Don't happen there to things that happened there, either successes or there are less when something bad happens. It's not like over. Just fucking horrible. And why the fuck did this happen to me new? It's trying to teach you something who knows what it is. And sometimes at the time it happens, it just not seem obvious. It doesn't seem like this could be productive. It doesn't seem like this could be something positive because it's something so horrible. You know what? Sometimes you just got to be patient go, you know what? Positives and I am a hundred percents on our that. I'm feeling there is a little bit of business advice in there somewhere. And now you've gone and spoiled it for everybody. Dammit pay for those of you who only listen to the Tuesday and Thursday show and completely Shum the month. Monday was your Friday because you don't want MRs vice. I'm sorry. I apologize. I didn't mean to infuse just a tiny bit of what might be considered business advice into the to say, while I got you on while I got you on a little bit of Iran tear just just talking in general, just as your as your. River, your verbally vomiting here. Can you explain it? I'm not. I don't wanna get into the politics of this. I just want to get into the understanding of where we stand with this. Do you know what's going on? Because I have not followed it at all. Other than through my CNN alerts.

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"shum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"shum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is on title pages of shum some shakespeare plays of course and there was a man with documentary evidence who was born with the name william shakespeare with a real person and he was involved in the theater and that's another thing we we need to get to is during his lifetime we have evidence that he received payment on the behalf of an acting company for performance he was one of three people to receive this payment and that was when he was thirty years old and that was actually the very first reference to shakespeare and the rapid band at the theater anyway so he was an actor we'll give them that yes and he held feeder shares and in sixteen three with the new king he was made a member of the king's men acting company king james so he was definitely involved in the theater but they can't get their scholars can't get their head around the idea that there were two william shakespeare's were involved in the theater one being a pen name and one being this man who was involved in the business side theater shareholder and possibly as an actor and and that's it and it's not an impossible notion because there were two men who were poets during this period who published during this period katherine forgive me i gotta jump in here we'll take a timeout we'll come back and continue to delve into the great shakespeare conspiracy here santana taking into the break with anywhere you wanna go on coast to coast am.

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"shum" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"shum" Discussed on KELO

"Is on title pages of shum some shakespeare plays of course and there was a man with documentary evidence who was born with the name william shakespeare was a real person and he was involved in the center and that's another thing we we need to get to is during his lifetime we have evidence that he received payment on the behalf of an acting company for performance he was one of three people to receive this payment and that was when he was thirty years old and that was actually the very first reference to shakespeare strafford band at the theater anyway so he was an actor we'll give them that and in sixteen o three with the new king he was made a member of the king's men acting company king james so he was definitely involved in the theater but they can't get their orthodox scholars can't get their head around the idea that there were two william shakespeare's were involved in the theater one being a pen name and want being this man who was involved in more the business side theater shareholder and possibly as an actor and and and that's it and it's not an impossible notion because there were two men who were poets during this period who published during this period and forgive me i gotta jump in here we'll take a timeout we'll come back and continue to delve into the great shakespeare conspiracy here's santana taking into the break with anywhere you wanna.

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"shum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"shum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quickly amazon amazon was a first mover and so it takes the second mover a little while the catch up but i think we're making progress because our growth rate has certainly stronger than amazon that this microsoft beating acquisitions fold should microsoft be in acquisitions well that's a tough question i think the company has an enormous amount of capital and so they have the capacity to go out and acquire a lot of things overseas passionate well most of that cash back until the real question for microsoft is not about the availability of cash to do acquisitions which more how does an acquisition fit into what you're trying to accomplish if you look at the nokia deal steve felt very strongly about being in the mobile business and therefore that was an important thing to do if you look at the lincoln deal shochu felt very strongly about being in the social media business and lincoln has been a wildly successful fringe actor until we can do another link in i'm all in areas in particular that you're interested in i mean obviously nokia didn't work out linked in you say it's working we'll see some time to pass but you know what where would you like to see that anything that strengthens our relationship between our cloud and a broad broad network abuser so i'll t during commercial cloud things for financial services or industries that generally have not moved to the cloud those are the places that represents big opportunities microsoft be doing to advance more quickly in the emerging world of ai well microsoft has a huge huge investment in a in the sheet warning and if you look at the most recent restructuring of the company we allowed harry shum that continue to run a as a research operation but we also integrated many of the functional components into the operating teams that are driving the revenue day in and day out and i think what you're going to see is a machine learning become a polyphony are important part if you will every single platform that microsoft in every company in the industry has a i will be the future of technology the negative side of ai or do you think it will be more positive to companies to be responsible in the same way we need to be responsible about about data.

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"shum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"shum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Probably targeted towards business this will make that happen you'll now have this this new place which kind of has hollow lens in a i even though there's also a different ai in research that the one run by harry shum that one's more about the actual nuts and bolts machine learning this seems to more be about applying a into the platform with azure and windows and creating this new microsoft three sixty five subscription product teams legit does and it's it's definitely a continuation of what's been going on the such an adela to say windows in our cash cow any more cloud and edge he actually said that in his internal memo to place an intelligent cloud and intelligent edge that's where we're at now man how the worm is turned the us president tweeted that amazon is not paying taxes abuses the us postal system and puts retailers out of business amazon is doing some of those things amazon used to battle against state taxes that's kind of an old criticism from back when they were pulling their warehouses out of states to protest over state taxes now there's sometimes held up as an example of how to handle state tax collection they're pretty much good at that city's still complain about amazon amazon pretty much ignored city tax collection needs not all cities do retail tax for online but some do and those that do in fact many do are very upset with amazon over the fact that they do nothing to help city so maybe it's a fifty fifty one amazon also has a corporate deal that pays the us postal service to deliver packages that's the us postal services business now some of criticized it as a bad deal for the usps but amazon's deal is not unique in that respect in the us ps wouldn't have to agree to it if.

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"shum" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"shum" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Amina shum writer director filmmaker this is my block party for hastings sun rising east vancouver there at let it be from the upcoming vancouver banned the beatles pertamina shems q block party honoring her neighborhood of hastings sunrise back home in vancouver it's a place that inspires many of her films including her latest meditation park which opens in theaters across canada this friday voting in his downing shines on me shine on the two zero s i'm tom power you're listening to queue have you ever driven across canada i mean like all the way across the whole trip coast to coast including the ferry to new land you know it's pretty far track it can feel endless at times there are points the definitely feel a little bit dangerous but if you're a touring musician making that drive is pretty necessary like once a year at least ever bands from vancouver that means getting through the rockies see the rockies really separate west coast musicians from audiences spread out across the rest of the country and is just another obstacle to overcome if you're a bc band who's trying to make it but the man dear rues they've done it danielle andrew mctaggart are husband and wife duo from vancouver who've made that lengthy drive across the country more times than what the expression more times than you can shake a stick at all that touring held dear rouge we reach a wider audience and that support snowballed into a record deal hit single on canadian radio at juno award for breakthrough artist of the year now dear rouge is getting ready to release their brand new record phases which is out on friday and of course the record comes with another one of those long crosscountry tours before they pack up the van hit the mountains again danielle andrew stopped by to perform for you a couple of their new songs live.

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"shum" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"shum" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Was the republicans came out and propose to double the standard deduction and that basically immediately almost wiped out the mortgage interest deduction almost nobody is going to take that other than the very wealthy now and that was a tough battle for them to fight because it's basically a middle class tax break and they were up against almost impossible odds and how is this likely to affect homebuying verses renting so we now are in a situation where there's really no incentive to buy a home in the tax code as opposed to rent almost inevitably we're going to see shum shift towards more people renting i think we might see more people renting especially inexpensive areas where you're not going to see as much of a tax benefit anymore so this could be great news for rental landlords but we'll probably have some depressing impact on home prices we've actually seen sort of the reverse that trend is homebuyers first time homebuyers were on the increase for a little bit yeah and the realtors really sounded the alarm bell about that and said you know were already at near fifty year lows for the homeless should pray and if you take away those incentives for homeownership you could make that even worse but i think the reality that came across in this fight was that you know they just did not manage to whip up a particularly passionate constituency for the mortgage interest deduction it was always something was only taken by the wealthiest thirty percent of americans and they just didn't really get the kind of outrage that you might have thought they would have okay wall street journal reporter lurk assist oath thank you so much for joining me thanks so much and of course retail health and housing or just a few of the sectors the wall street journal breaks down for you into winners and losers or mixed bag under the new tax plan to find out more about the others like the automobile industry or agriculture had to our website w s j dot com and finally it may be a white christmas after all at least when it comes to christmas trees according to several cellar's sales of white trees are way up this year online retailer tree us says its white tree sales are up more than forty four percent.

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"shum" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"shum" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"Yeah so roseanne really get really nice shum and then i've also been real quick watching a shit load and this is something i feel like has crept up on me and and pop culture in general but the great british bake off his a thing that has been happening for years yeah but they just launched like great canadian baikov but i i feel like in the last year to all i've heard about is not all i've heard about but i hear a lot about all i've hurt abella there they were being a thing like yeah it like people are obsessed with great british break off and i like a good reality show sure and i like a good specifically cooking based reality show so i started watching the newest the latest season of great british break off which right it has ended already so it was easy just to get through and get that we get the satisfaction of seeing a bunch of it and then in finalising who won and man is that shows great an nol fielding is one of the co host psara the booed mighty bouch in yeah and i t crowd and it is so wonderful speaking of amazon and like blankets of a tv show yeah oh man there's no prize money may not like you know every commercial break is somebody falls over and there is i can assist scary sound and lay all this person detter not by dow index and i just british people are being so charming being like oh i'm chuffed that my biscuit turned out near is like i love this it's amazing italy is great in a row so and it's funny and and everybody is nice and it's just and went back and and because of that when things actually go wrong in in a way that isn't like.

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"shum" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"shum" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"The hope on shum or going to flee the country and i hope they go somewhere out where um yeah like they'll go to arabia or somewhere and they can live like kings there but they ancona the and our wonderful america and nobody's going to want to hear from them and their days will be numbered and that's as it should be i i don't care it it yeah and that end there in the scriptures orthodox your craig per pretrip israel um arrow off was the first country to turn it or present at the hergert everything everything started going the crap because it said in that scripture now you could you all the bible by uh excuse me folks i'm not some religious ideologue every single prediction in the bible has come true from ancient times all the way up into the present including the formation of the european union this country will drop out there it'll combat all the every little detail is there in the bible and the bible says about the jewish people who are the canary in the cave you might say those who bless you i will bless those who you i will curse now or may might the other way around but it's too that's what it says now i have look jewish guys right in the eyes and said it's because a guys like he did i changed my name that i was ashamed to be known as he ju because guys like you now i tell people neil gobert golberman aims neil gobert i'm happy to be ju i understand it better now but i've told many guy some big guys right to their face that and a kinda shakes them a little bit and they go right on being away they are because they do now to the golden idle then there's jews that are really religious and they've got that that gentleness in than than and then they got something special and they're like the best people in the world the real ones who love god and follow the ideas that you every day you do a good deed at set your a chapter you don't steal you don't lie you don't run around on your wife you know and and you do those kind of things you don't take someone else's what all issues ramp at going on in our country you know people ripping off each other's wives and husbands in.

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"shum" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"shum" Discussed on WDRC

"Early warning weather from the talk of connecticut mostly cloudy chance of rain today with highs in the upper 70s partly cloudy tonight lows in the upper 50s mostly sunny tomorrow highs in the low 80s mostly sunny monday high eighty five get the latest forecast on line at talk of connecticut dot com mm welcome to the dr alan shum annan's dr alan mandelson and every week we talk about on that health about how to get healthy how to stay healthy we're talking about i tie by the five essentials of having an amazing healthy life in an amazing healthy family and helping and hopefully give you actions steps so that you there are things that you can do to change change right now to really transform your health and your life because frankly most people are are are sick or suffering or have issues or of pain and is heartbreaking especially when there are things that you can do to get better i mean honestly one of the biggest reasons that people call me in in the past few weeks about a lot of calls and emails about people who have late numbness and tangling in their hand and neck pain and it's really affecting now from the people have spoken tale and honestly been doing this for about twenty years and that is one of the biggest reasons that people come in and sometimes you hear perry like oh neck pain in new tongue numbness tingling in your hands and know that's it doesn't sound to bed really until you have it.

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"shum" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"shum" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"In and clearly a work trey they were able to build than your office and windows and and yoad at least for a period of time become an effective monopoly uh it and are arguably this still are in a way but now would probably don't need to go there too much will uh but yes i watch is whole style seems to be much uh yohannan may be does go into meetings with at the foot it doesn't seem like that's his style albums more lake is uh is you're trying to build a community of of uh you're you're basically get people alliance that their motivated in the same direction by choice rather than by coercion almost while the second obama that you mention was the workplace donald said they had cognitive services get our is our new name for cognitive services now i thought i can't keep up there were cortana services something when i got a letter huxley came out of that hole piece was there's now and a ai group at microsoft yeah led by herri shum so essentially what you're doing was watching people in a workplace and their cameras everywhere that we're identifying objects in the workplace and identifying people in the workplace and when an unauthorized person picked up an object they weren't supposed to you know alerts went often people got taxed that kind of thing and it was it was interesting because it was all within the context of work safety which made it okay but it was still a little creepy it was and i thought.

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